Le padel has become one of the most popular sports in Spain, second only to football. In 2023, it was estimated that around 5 million people regularly practiced this activity in the country.

Le padel, a sport integrated into Spanish culture!

Simple and accessible, it is suitable for all ages and levels, thus encouraging practice with family or friends. With over 15 tracks padel and many clubs across the country, Spain has integrated the sport into its daily routine and sporting culture.

In Spain, the padel goes beyond simple sport, it is a true art of living. After the matches, the players often meet up around a drink and tapas, reinforcing its very friendly aspect.

Spanish beach destinations such as the Costa del Sol, Salou, Majorca and Tenerife offer sunny holidays ideal for learning about padel throughout the year. Many hotels and clubs offer modern facilities as well as training programs.

Large cities like Barcelona, ​​Madrid, Alicante and Bilbao are also hotspots for padel, with accessible clubs and hotels offering courses to integrate sports practice into an urban stay.

A conference not to be missed on October 2 at Roland-Garros

The third edition of the tournament padel Greenweez Paris Major will be held from September 28 to October 6, 2024 in the legendary Roland-Garros stadium, notably on the Philippe-Chatrier court. In this context, the Spanish Tourist Office will organize a conference entitled “ Padel Insights – Tourspain” on Wednesday October 2 at 17:30 p.m., in order to raise awareness of this sport.

This event will bring together, among others, representatives of the French Tennis Federation, Premier Padel, from the Academy of Padel Rafa Nadal from Mallorca, from Decathlon, as well as the destinations Tenerife, the Region of Valencia, Murcia, Almeria, Mallorca and Salou. This conference will be followed by a cocktail and the opportunity to watch the matches live. Note in your diaries!